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Welcome back social media enthusiasts! As we inch closer and closer to Social Media Week, I’m back to explore what is going on currently in terms of social media in our host cities. This week I’ve decided to head down to South America and take a quick peek at what’s going on in social media in…

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Integrating Text Messages in Websites, Apps and Other Software Hosted at the Science and Technology Hub at Google Social Media Week NY (February 7, 2011) Text messaging is the most universal and direct mobile medium. Despite its growing popularity, taking advantage of text messaging as a mobile channel has thus far been difficult due to…

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When Digital Meets Physical: “Your Context is the new URL” Hosted at the Science and Technology Hub at Google Social Media Week NY (February 7, 2011) This presentation will explore how the mobile is now at the epicenter of the digital and physical worlds, and how it is transforming our decision making. Not long ago,…

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Earned, Owned, Paid Media Hosted by Microsoft Social Media Week NY (February 7, 2011) Microsoft Advertising’s Jenn Creegan will share some intriguing social-oriented ad innovations and get our heads buzzing with what’s possible when the industry comes together to create new opportunities. Moritz Loew and industry-leading representatives will cover agency, social network, publisher and creative…

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In July, SocialEast.eu was travelling in Southeast Europe in search of something local and fresh. While we could have dedicated our project to Mojitos, given their refreshing nature and popularity in this part of the world,  SocialEast.eu is a project about startups. To be precise, startups in social media and tech, originally from Southeast Europe and…

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Youtube As The New Campfire Hosted by Youtube Social Media Week (February 9, 2011) Since the beginning of time, human beings have connected through stories. Over time the mediums for storytelling have changed dramatically, and in the past five years, YouTube has emerged as one of the most engaging and powerful storytelling platforms in existence….

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The first episode of a new TV season needs to grab the audience, and social media campaigns have become an integral part of doing just that. But counting the number of conversations won’t by itself tell a producer or network executive that a show is going to continue to attract viewers and remain popular. Instead,…

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Following on yesterday’s post by Toby Daniels, we thought it might be helpful to provide some inspirational examples of some ways in which the Social Media Week platform can deliver upon these new ideas of “experience design” for events. In just a few short years since its inception in February 2009, there have been hundreds…

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Wikileaks and Online Civil Disobedience Hosted by Personal Democracy Forum Social Media Week NY (February 9, 2011) Internet freedom activists using distributed denial of service attacks to shut down websites say they’ve invented a new kind of online civil disobedience. Personal Democracy Forum brings panelists together for a wide ranging discussion on new forms of…

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Please join us in welcoming our sixth round of new contributors to our Global Editorial Team and be sure to check back soon to hear directly from them! Interested in joining the Social Media Week Global Editorial Team? Apply here!   Kai Gittens Kai Gittens is a full-time web designer at Revlon Cosmetics and also…

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